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Images Dated 8th September 2005

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Lombard RAC Rally, Great Britain. 22-26 November 1975: Roger Clark/Tony Mason, 2nd position Featured 8 Sep 2005 Image

Lombard RAC Rally, Great Britain. 22-26 November 1975: Roger Clark/Tony Mason, 2nd position

1975 World Rally Championship.
Lombard RAC Rally, Great Britain. 22-26 November 1975.
Roger Clark/Tony Mason (Ford Escort RS1800), 2nd position.
World Copyright: LAT Photographic
Ref: 35mm transparency 75RALLY17

LM of brain tissue affected by Alzheimers disease Featured 8 Sep 2005 Image

LM of brain tissue affected by Alzheimers disease

Alzheimer's disease brain tissue. Light micrograph of a section through the brain of a person with Alzheimer's disease. Amyloid plaques (dark brown clumps such as at upper right and lower centre) are characteristic of this disease. Other typical features are neurofibrillary tangles (not seen), masses of thickened filaments in the cytoplasm of nerve cells. The plaques and tangles disrupt the normal functioning of the brain, causing a form of dementia with memory loss, confusion and a loss of coordination. There is no cure, and death occurs after several years of decline. Magnification: x200 at 5x7cm size. For a light micrograph of healthy brain tissue see image P360/212

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Northern Germany Featured 8 Sep 2005 Image

Northern Germany

Northern Germany. Satellite image of northern Europe, centred on northern Germany. North is at top. Green colours show different vegetation, from fields to forests. Grey colours show urban areas. Lighter blue colours show shallow coastal areas and river sediments. The area shown ranges from the Netherlands (centre left) and Belgium (lower left) to part of Poland (far right). Most of the land between is northern and central Germany, with most of Denmark and part of Sweden at top. Part of the North Sea is at top left, and part of the Baltic Sea is at top right. The area seen is about 1000 kilometres across. Data acquired by a Landsat satellite

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